We've found Sunday morning to be a good time for picking out a Christmas Tree. After breakfast we went to a nearby farm market to make our choice.
After the tree was dropped at the house, we headed off with the dogs for some nearby caching. Our first stop was Geauga Park District's Eldon Russell Park. We took a walk through the fields and made a quick find near an old home site. It felt almost springlike with a sighting of vinca in bloom near where the old home stood.
We finished our afternoon with a long walk around Punderson State Park. It was our first visit to find caches placed in the fall for an event. We had saved these for short days. This was a perfect day to start. The dogs had fun, but Phineas will never be a sled dog. ;)